Echo Fox gives all CS:GO players transfer option

by Daniel Rosen Nov 16 2016
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Echo Fox has granted the members of their CS:GO roster the option to explore transfers to other teams, the organization announced on Twitter Wednesday.

"Echo Fox remains committed to its players' futures — supporting opportunity both inside our organization as well as outside the org," the organization said in a public statement.

Echo Fox formed their CS:GO roster in January when they signed Torqued, though the team has since dropped several players from that original roster. All incarnations of the roster have struggled to find success in major tournaments, placing 13th-16th at ELEAGUE Season 2, eighth in ESL Pro League Season 4 and 3rd-4th at the ECS Season 2 North American Development League.

However, the team is qualified for the Americas Minor Championship 2017 Atlanta, where the Top 2 teams will qualify for the ELEAGUE Major Offline Qualifier. The Americas Minor runs from Dec. 3-4.

Daniel Rosen is a news editor for theScore esports. You can follow him on Twitter.